The Big Black Button Phone, model 16H141BK, is a large button telephone designed for use by individuals with low vision, arthritis, or fine motor disabilities. It features a speakerphone for hands free use, volume control, and a redial and hold button. A bright LED light flashes to visually signal an incoming call and music plays for callers on hold. This phone also stores up to 13 most-called numbers for automatic dialing.
Speakerphone with automatic memory dialer. Transmitter can answer automatically, enable user to answer manually, or call emergency number from anywhere in room. Accessories: smoke detector which will activate emergency call, battery and charger. Transmitter operates on one 9 volt battery. See separate entries for lever switch, pneumatic switch.
Puff-N-Sip Activated Phone, model 1900 VA, is a voice activated speakerphone with sip-n-puff capability intended for use by people with mobility and upper extremity disabilities. No manipulation or operation of switches or other mechanical devices is required for complete control of this telephone. To activate the dialing mode and turn the speakerphone on, the user puffs into the mouthpiece. Sipping on the mothpiece dials "0" for a local operator. To dial "00" for a long distance operator, the u
The SP Fone is a speakerphone designed to permit hands-free use by individuals who are quadriplegic or who have other upper extremity disabilities. This phone is equipped with a sip-and-puff gooseneck that activates a switch to open and disconnect the phone line. The user sips on the gooseneck mouthpiece to open the line, puffs to dial the operator who dials the requested number, and sips again to disconnect the call. DIMENSIONS: The phone is available with a choice of a 16- or 24-inch long goos
The Telephone Management System is a control switch interface unit and speakerphone designed to allow the user full use of telephone functions with a single switch. The user activates a switch twice to answer calls, and then once to end the call. When the user wants to make a call, the device cycles through types of functions, such as dial and redial, allowing the user time to select from these. Then the product cycles through the numbers, also allowing time for the user to make selections. If t
The Voice Activated Speakerphone, model AP-7000 VA, is a voice activated speakerphone intended for use by people with mobility and upper extremity disabilities. No manipulation or operation of switches or other mechanical devices is required for complete control of this telephone. To activate the dialing mode and turn the speakerphone on, the user whistles a note. Once activated by a whistle, all functions of the phone are voice controlled. When the telephone rings, the user says "hello" or make